English authorities have launched an investigation into a radical Muslim who called for Islamic extremist followers to hide terror evidence from officials, the Daily Mail reported Thursday.
Anjem Choudary posted a 90-minute video on an extremist Web site in which he says, "Your house should be clean. There should be nothing at all there which they can come along and then can form some sort of intention."
He also calls for terror suspects to leave Britain, the Mail reported. Britain's counter-terrorism command is examining his latest post.
Several weeks ago Choudary mocked a homecoming parade for the 2nd Battalion Royal Anglian Regiment in Luton, England, by posting a joking about British soldiers killed by friendly fire in Iraq.
He is already being investigated for calling for donations for Islamic terrorists and leads the group Islam for the U.K., an organization trying to make Britain an Islamic state ruled by Shariah law.